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Philips Series 7000 Beard & Stubble Trimmer with Vacuum System - £34.99 @ Amazon

£34.99 @ Amazon
Like the whole idea of 'less mess' that these vacuum trimmers offer, seems to be £45+ elsewhere. Can be delivered next day under Prime. RRP was £80. No more mess - up to 90% of cut hairs* Trim your b… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Like the whole idea of 'less mess' that these vacuum trimmers offer, seems to be £45+ elsewhere. Can be delivered next day under Prime. RRP was £80.

No more mess - up to 90% of cut hairs*
Trim your beard faster with double-sharpened stainless steel blades
Get an effortless even trim with Philips lift and guide system
Trim and style any length of hair: 20 lock-in length settings
Maximum power during every shave: Use with or without cord

Box Contains
1 x Beard and stubble trimmer
1 x Precision trimmer attachment (0.5 mm)
1 x Cleaning brush, 2 year guarantee, user manual
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Cracking beard trimmer, bar the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though. The vacuum really works well too, hardly any goes over the sink.
1 Like #2
excellent, i've been looking for a trimmer. Thanks for posting
#3
Agreed. Very good and far cleaner than your average trimmer. Hot from me.
#4
They have something similar up for product testing on:
Philips Product Testing
May as well try getting one for the price of a review
#5
A Vacuum could do some serious damage.
#6
Any good for thick hair?
#7
AzraelFallen
They have something similar up for product testing on:Philips Product Testing
May as well try getting one for the price of a review
not seeing it on there myself.

finnmaccool
A Vacuum could do some serious damage.
lol

tombrook
Cracking beard trimmer, bar the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though.
huh?
#8
thefunkygibbon
AzraelFallen
They have something similar up for product testing on:Philips Product Testing
May as well try getting one for the price of a review
not seeing it on there myself.
finnmaccool
A Vacuum could do some serious damage.
lol
tombrook
Cracking beard trimmer, bar the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though.
huh?
Which bit was confusing?
#9
I thought it was just a gimmick, but it really is quite effective, best timer I've had to date. the noise comment is because the top is large and flat so you can't go any shorter than about 5mm right under your nose with the standard wide trimmer, unless you have a detachable noise.
#10
tombrook
thefunkygibbon
AzraelFallen
They have something similar up for product testing on:Philips Product Testing
May as well try getting one for the price of a review
not seeing it on there myself.
finnmaccool
A Vacuum could do some serious damage.
lol
tombrook
Cracking beard trimmer, bar the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though.
huh?
Which bit was confusing?

the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though.
that. obviously I understood what the "cracking beard trimmer" meant.

Edited By: thefunkygibbon on May 09, 2017 23:38
#11
plagued
I thought it was just a gimmick, but it really is quite effective, best timer I've had to date. the noise comment is because the top is large and flat so you can't go any shorter than about 5mm right under your nose with the standard wide trimmer, unless you have a detachable noise.

noise?
#12
thefunkygibbon
tombrook
thefunkygibbon
AzraelFallen
They have something similar up for product testing on:Philips Product Testing
May as well try getting one for the price of a review
not seeing it on there myself.
finnmaccool
A Vacuum could do some serious damage.
lol
tombrook
Cracking beard trimmer, bar the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though.
huh?
Which bit was confusing?
the fact that it isn't able to get to your moosh right under your nose. The attachments sort that out though.
that. obviously I understood what the "cracking beard trimmer" meant.
It doesn't trim the moustache hair directly under your nose as it 'hits' against your nose and the blades don't go high enough. Leaves you with a few stragglers that can be trimmed with the attachment quite easily.

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